Brown County Fine Art, Inc. and its president, Lyn Letsinger-Miller, have provided numerous art education
programs on the history of the early art colony.
In addition to the book, The Artists of Brown County, and its companion video, Lyn has also written and
produced a one-woman show starring Indianapolis actress Sally Hagar entitled, “An Evening with Marie Goth”.
This compelling one act play in three scenes portrays the story of the early colony as one of its most
prominent members may have told it.
Lyn Letsinger-Miller is available for speaking engagements, which can feature the companion video. Each session ends with a question and answer session.
To order the book: Order online from IU Press
To order the video: E-mail Vision Venture Video
To arrange other programs: E-mail Lyn
Indiana Heritage Arts, Inc.
PO Box 509
Nashville, In 47448
Lyn Letsinger-Miller is vice-president of the Board of Directors of Indiana Heritage Arts, Inc. This non-profit group was formed nearly 30 years ago to support Indiana artists whose work reflect the early heritage painters made famous in Nashville. Any artist who is or was a resident of Indiana is eligible to enter IHA’s annual sale and exhibition. Nearly $20,000 in prize money is offered each year, making it one of the richest art competitions in the mid-west. Judges are chosen from across the country and in recent years, all have said this is one of the best shows in the country.
To learn more about IHA visit the Indiana Heritage Arts website at www.indianaheritagearts.org
To learn more about the rich art history of Nashville and Brown County please visit these other Brown County Historic Organizations:
Brown County IndianaArtists, Art & Galleries
Limited Edition Prints & Original Works
Nashville, Indiana is long known as the Hoosier Artists Colony
|We are seeking works by the following artists: TC Steele, Will Vawter, Gustave Baumann, Dale Bessire, Frank M. Hohenberger, Adolph Shulz, L.O. Griffith, V.J. Cariani, Carl C. Graf, Edward K. Williams, Georges LaChance, C. Curry Bohm, Glen Cooper Henshaw, Leota Loop, Anthony Buctha, Charles Dahlgreen, Ada Walter Shulz, Marie Goth, Genevieve Goth Graf, James Eccles, and George H. Baker.|
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